REPORT: ‘Latinos For Trump’ Launching In Miami as Democrats target Florida Hispanics for 2020

JUNE 22, 2019

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The Trump campaign is launching a new outreach effort aimed at bringing Hispanic voters to the polls for the president’s re-election in 2020.

“Latinos for Trump” is having its kickoff event in Miami, Florida just one day before the first Democratic debates, where 20 of the 23 candidates will make their case to voters across two nights, the Wall Street Journal reported. The event will feature Vice President Mike Pence and Republican politicians, including Florida Lt. Gov. Jeanette Nunez.

The article goes on to state the following:

“The strong Latino support for President Trump and his policies will be instrumental in re-electing the president for a second term,” Hannah Castillo, director of coalitions for the Trump campaign, told The Hill.

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Democrats are looking to make inroads with Florida Latinos as President Trump prepares to launch an aggressive effort to court the state’s fastest-growing voter bloc.

Eager to avoid a repeat of 2018, when two Trump allies edged out Democrats in the state’s Senate and gubernatorial contests, Democrats are wading into Florida’s Hispanic communities earlier this time around, mobilizing dozens of organizers in the Sunshine State and fine tuning Spanish-language outreach.

The article goes on to state the following:

And on Friday, more than half a dozen Democratic presidential hopefuls gathered at the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials’ (NALEO) annual conference in Miami, where they pitched themselves to Latino leaders in voter-heavy South Florida.

“For us, we have to seize opportunities like the one that several of our candidates did today,” said Christian Ulvert, a Democratic consultant who ran Spanish-language media for Andrew Gillum’s 2018 gubernatorial campaign.

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